Technology is global, but where we live affects how we apply digital solutions to humanities work. We all have what Roopika Risam described as a digital humanities (DH) “accent”. This seminar series explores those accents by looking at DH research here, and there, and over there too. This is a chance to build greater global awareness and empathy about regional and local approaches to digital humanities in the twenty-first century.
It’s an opportunity for newcomers to understand how the field has developed differently around the globe, and for established practitioners to consider their work as part of a larger movement with competing influences, ambitions, and blindspots.
This seminar series is co-hosted by scholars living in three countries, nine time zones apart. Building upon our successful “Digital Humanities Longview” series (2021), this is a further bridging of trans-Atlantic digital humanities centres to promote a global conversation. We are committed to fostering rich international discussions from a diverse range of perspectives, with an emphasis on reflective practice.
Co-hosted by UCL Centre for Digital Humanities, the Centre for Digital Humanities, Uppsala, & the Center for Spatial and Textual Analysis, Stanford.
2021/22, Term 2
Speaker: Dr Nirmala Menon (IIT Indore)
10 March 2022, via Zoom, 09:00 PST / 17:00 GMT/ 18:00 CET
Speaker: Dr Grant Parker (Stanford)
7 April 2022, via Zoom, 09:00 PST / 17:00 GMT/ 18:00 CET
Speaker: Dr Ale Pålsson (Uppsala)
21 April 2022, via Zoom, 09:00 PST / 17:00 GMT/ 18:00 CET
Speaker: Dr Roopika Risam (Salem State University)
5 May 2022, via Zoom, 09:00 PST / 17:00 GMT/ 18:00 CET
Speaker: Prof Tim Williams (UCL)
19 May 2022, via Zoom, 09:00 PST / 17:00 GMT/ 18:00 CET
Speaker: Jessie Loyer (Mount Royal University)
2 June 2022, via Zoom, 09:00 PST / 17:00 GMT/ 18:00 CET
View past seminars: 2014-15; 2015-16; 2016-17; 2017-18; 2018-19; 2019-20; 2020-21